Five Lessons I Learned from My Cat

For those of us who have spent an entire lifetime living with a variety of cat companions, we have gained a deeper understanding of how the cat’s mind actually works.

 ImageCats learn a variety of things from us, mainly on how to be domesticated. Don’t scratch the furniture, it’s wrong to climb the drapes, or pee outside the box. We in turn learn a variety of life-saving tips from our special furry loved ones.

Here are five lessons that I have personally learned from my cat, Isabel.

1. Sometimes it’s okay to spend all day in bed. Cats sleep an average of sixteen hours a day. Humans sleep an average of eight hours a day. Sometimes when we’re not feeling well, whether mentally or physically, it’s a day best spent snuggled up to a warm kitty cat in bed, reading a book. Have a nap with them, they love sharing their lives with their fellow pride member.

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One thought on “Five Lessons I Learned from My Cat

  1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and following my blog! Cats are curious creatures. If the average adult got at least half a “cat nap” we’d all be a lot healthier and a little less stressed.

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